Are you a full time student?*
If you are not a full time student, what is your present occupation or position?
Date of Birth:*
Have you ever applied to any other graduate school of law?*
If so, for what academic year and what school?
Have you ever been admitted to any other graduate school of law?*
If so, do you presently have any deficiencies in this school?
List your major extracurricular or co-curricular activities while in law school, including community-based activities. Please number each individual entry.
Please list, in reverse chronological order, all schools, colleges or universities attended above the high school level. (one per box)
Please include for each the institution name, dates attended, degrees/certificates and dates awarded or expected,approximate size of graduating class, and your approximate class rank.*
List any clinical courses and courses primarily concerned with trial practice that you studied in law school, stating the name of the professor who presented the course and briefly describing the course and your experiences in it. Please number each individual entry.
Please list any creative research you have completed.
List any special honors, awards, scholarships or fellowships you have received during your legal studies.
I wish to be considered for the following division(s):*
Please list, in reverse chronological order, your employment record, not summer unless legal in nature. (one job per box)
Indicate the organization name, position held, and dates.*
Please describe any experience that you consider relevant to the representation of low income clients and criminal defendants.
Please describe any experience that you consider relevant to teaching and supervising students.
Are you admitted to the bar in any state?
Was your M.B.E. score over 133?
(Optional) Is there anything in your background or experience that you believe would enhance the diversity of our program?
State why you desire to be a Prettyman/Stiller Fellow.
Please list the names and telephone numbers for three people who will be sending references in support of your application.
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